Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have been plagued by rumors of a split for a while now. An old round of suggestions that the country music stars' once solid marriage is on the rocks was put to rest as being untrue months ago. However, on June 4, a new round of stories saying trouble is brewing in this relationship has broken out all over the media, social and otherwise. Many sources, including the Miami Herald, state that these two hit makers may be making strides toward getting divorced.
One possible hint that this gossip could be on the up and up is that McGraw and Hill are selling a Nashville home the two own. The celebrity pair, who have been together for 17 years, have not lived in this house, listed for $20 million, since 2009.
Tim and Faith bought the Tennessee manse in 2004, according to Enstarz via Inquistr. With that being said, this particular nugget hinting at marriage trouble probably has little to no bearing on a possible McGraw Hill breakup.
Enter another concept, this one from Star Magazine, a tabloid that some pundits call irresponsible when it comes to accurate reporting. This source says that their source reports that "Faith has done everything...to totally take over just about every aspect of Tim's life."
The tabloid continues, asserting that McGraw's wife has "isolated him," causing alienation from veteran fans and friends. A spokesperson for these two artists denies any truth to this story.
And so, as McGraw and Hill yet again struggle through a bunch of rumors that say they are about to split, this country music couple are not officially calling it quits on their marriage at this time. Stay tuned.